How to watch the UEFA European Championship Qualifiers match between Ukraine and Italy, as well as kick-off time and team news.
Italy and Ukraine have been battling it out throughout the qualification process to see who will finish as the second Group C passenger to Germany behind table-toppers England. Everything now boils down to this ultimate showdown.
Locked on 13 points, and with Italy only occupying second place thanks to their superior head-to-head record, Ukraine need to win to qualify automatically.
The stakes are at an all-time high for the Azzurri, who have no margin for error, knowing another failed attempt to qualify for a major tournament would be a national disaster, having failed to progress to the finals of the past two World Cups.
Here GOAL brings you everything you need to know about how to watch, including TV channel, streaming details and more.
Ukraine vs Italy kick-off time
The Euro 2024 qualifier clash between Ukraine and Italy will be played at the BayArena on Monday, November 20, 2023. Kick-off is at 7.45 pm GMT for fans in the UK.
How to watch Ukraine vs Italy online – TV channels & live streams
Team news & squads
Ukraine team news
Mykola Matviyenko is a doubt after being forced off at half-time in the victory over Malta, and if ruled out, Oleksandr Svatok would likely take his place. Otherwise, head coach Serhiy Rebrov is likely to stick with the same team that started the 3-1 win last time out with Arsenal’s Oleksandr Zinchenko starting in central midfield.
Premier League duo Mykhailo Mudryk and Vitaliy Mykalenko should both start in Ukraine’s final qualifying game, while striker Artem Dovbyk has been a talismanic figure up top for La Liga surprise package Girona this season and even bagged a penalty against Malta last time out.
Ukraine possible XI: Trubin; Karavaev, Zabarnyi, Matvienko, Mykolenko; Sydorchuk, Zinchenko; Konoplya, Sudakov, Mudryk; Dovbyk.
Italy team news
Right-back Giovanni Di Lorenzo is back from suspension, while Italy boss Luciano Spalletti has also lost Rafael Toloi, Alex Meret, Manuel Locatelli, Alessandro Bastoni, and Davide Calabria to injury since naming his squad.
Spalletti has no reason to alter the frontline that put five past the North Macedonians, meaning Domenic Berardi and Giacomo Raspadori should partner Federico Chiesa up top. There’s a possibility for a slight change in the midfield, with Davide Frattesi in contention to take Jorginho’s holding role to provide more mobility and forward thrust.
Italy possible XI: Donnarumma; Darmian, Gatti, Acerbi, Dimarco; Barella, Jorginho, Bonaventura; Berardi, Raspadori, Chiesa.